CyanogenMod 13 comes with Android 6.0, and it has been around since the fall. But bringing each device up to date takes time. Many have spent the past few months on 12.1. My Moto G 2015 (the one I showed off last week) is one of those devices.
Well, let's just say this is a post I'm happy to write. Read More
LG G Pad 7.0 LTE owners on the AT&T network who are dissatisfied with the default software may be happy to know that CyanogenMod now officially supports their device. The community has started to roll out fresh nightly builds, with one available as of now.
The file is for model v410, which is AT&T's version of the tablet. The nightly comes with CyanogenMod 12.1, which provides Android 5.1.
The full download sits at 252.85 MB. You can grab it below, and you probably don't want to forget gapps while you're at it.
Verizon is the only major carrier in the US who offers the HTC One with Android 4.2, but that doesn't mean squat if you intend to flash a custom ROM on it anyway. Sense 5 is fast, attractive, and stable - but it isn't for everyone. The app drawer could use some work, and the launcher isn't exactly the easiest to customize. Besides, the available options pale in comparison to what CyanogenMod offers out of the box. So for those of you who like to live on the edge, here's the good news: CyanogenMod 10.2 nightlies are now available for Verizon's HTC One. Read More